Who I Am.
A Little About Myself.
Currently studying in my second year at Queen’s University, I am a Canadian student majoring in Political Studies and minoring in Linguistics.
Outside of school, I am a writer who initially self-published my debut novel at the age of twelve. Now eighteen, I have continued to work on creative projects in a variety of mediums, most notably on my book series (The Ewald Series).
Aside from writing fiction, I have delved into other fields like short film production (Words Hurt, Words Heal) and the world of podcasting (The BS Podcast, Alohomora!). I hope to continue exploring the creative side of media production while also working on my studies.
What I Do.
I'm always doing something new, working on some random project that will most likely never see the light of day. I have a need to make things and venture into the unknown, like the time(s) I tried podcasting, when I created my very own extensive Harry Potter fan site, or that one time I worked for months trying to build a search engine (yes, really). Some, however, have managed to sneak out into the world. Below are just some of the things that I've done – some good, some bad (remember I was twelve).
The Ewald Series
A series of novels following the adventures of Ewald Ellington through new lands of myth beyond his realm of imagination.
Words Hurt, Words Heal
A short film following a vicious bullying campaign and the tragic events involved in its aftermath.
Queen's Model Parliament
A model session of the Canadian House of Commons in which I sat as a Member of Parliament and delivered a speech.
Advice from Authors
Interviews with award-winning Canadian authors Kenneth Oppel and Kevin Sylvester.
An episode of Alohomora! that I guest-hosted to discuss Chapter 37 of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.